Music 15 Listening review Guide

Music 15 Listening review Guide - Composer: Hildegard von...

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Composer: Hildegard von Bingen Title: Alleluia, O Virga Mediatrix Genre: Plainchant or Gregorian Chant Era: The Middle Ages/Medieval Remember: Monophonic, alternation between single voice and chorus, Alleluia at the beginning Composer: Notre Dame School Title: Guade Maria Virgo Genre: Organum Era: The Middle Ages/Medieval Remember: 2 Upper voices singing rhythmically, highly melismatic, first use of polyphony Composer: Machaut Title: Puis qu’en obli Genre: Polyphonic Chanson Era: Middle Ages Remember: Low range, one voice over three lower voices, 3-part polyphonic texture, short and secular Composer: Raimbaut de Vaqueira Title: Kalenda Maya Genre: Troubador Era: Middle Ages Remember: Sounds like and Italian country song with some drums in the background and a violin, Estampie dance song, Stophic Form (same melody for each verse) Composer: Josquin Title: Ave Maria Genre: 4-Voice Motet Era: The Renaissance Remember: 4 Voices (SATB), Begins with SA polyphonic imitative polyphony, the last
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2009 for the course MUS 15 taught by Professor Johnson during the Winter '07 term at UCSB.

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